colorize cell in rowset of listview... based percentage

Posted on 2009-05-01
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
see the image of my listview...
I want colorize each cells in rowset based the percentage in cells, how to? is possible?

for example:
if the percntage is 50% colorize half cell
if the percentage is 25% colorize 1/4 of cell


i use this to insert percentage:
ITM.SubItems(5) = Format((VALORE_3 / VALORE_1 * 100), "#,##0.00")
Question by:luca2009
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    Accepted Solution

    WOW! that would be so neat if possible, unfortunately the cells are set on a way that it is all or nothing.

    Check this link for more ideas

    Please let me know if you figure something else.

    Author Comment

    Hi Death_Rat, tks for sugestion ...
    but i see is a sheet.. iwant to colorize cells in listview(?!)
    Have a code foor tath?

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